- 32 Character LCD Display
- 4 Voice Messages - Each up to 32 Seconds in Length
- 2 Programmable Outputs
- Remote Access via Touch-tone Phone
- 4 Trigger Inputs
- Upload/Download via Wintex™ Software
- Call Acknowledgement
- Context Sensitive Help
- Listen-in Mode
- Passcode Protected
- Talkback Mode
- 8 Contact Numbers
- Memo Feature
- Call Abort
The listen-in mode switches the internal microphone or an RMU to the telephone line so that you can hear activity at the protected site.
The Speech Dialler has a built-in microphone & speaker so that audio messages can be recorded & replayed directly from the unit. The Speech
Dialler can store up to four separate voice messages, each message can be up to 32 seconds long.
The Speech Dialler has several call-abort options, which include restoring the trigger input or by entering the operator’s passcode. When the unit is aborted
it immediately shuts down & returns to its normal standby mode.
On receiving a voice message call from the Speech Dialler the contact person answering the call can acknowledge it at any time by pressing
number  key on their telephone.
The talkback mode switches the internal loudspeaker to the telephone line so that you can talk to the protected site.
Text Messages (Speech & Text Dialler Only)
The Speech & Text Dialler can send text messages to mobile telephones using the SMS text service (Short Message Service). Up to four
32-character "alarm" messages & one common "site details" message can be stored.
The Speech Dialler has a memo feature, which allows you to record up to 32 seconds of audio. The memo feature can also be programmed to
automatically record when a trigger input is activated.
The Speech Dialler can be accessed remotely via a touch-tone telephone. Once connected you can turn on & off the 2 outputs, activate the
listen-in or talkback mode & listen to or record a new memo.